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sox, the first time in the season. one for three with a couple runs scored. >>> the twins have the fewest wins in the american league. you wouldn't know it from last night against the orioles. top of the first, adam jones drills a line drive into right field. ben revere there with a nice diving stab. take another look. robbing extra bases. second inning, twins already up 7-1 when joe mauer drills a solo home run. the twins win by a final of 19-7. 19-7. whew. that gives the yankees a chance to go up another game on the orioles. they're hosting the jays in the bronx. game tied at 2 until this hit. the bases loaded, bottom of the eighth, 3-1 pitch. yankees win 6-3. they now have a nine-game lead on the orioles in the american league east. >>> at the top of the hour, the obama campaign's assault against mitt romney's time at bain capital continues saying romney has a peculiar talent for creating jobs outside the united states. we'll knock that around with our morning joe crew. >>> when we come back here, we'll huddle up around the water cooler to watch jon stewart back from a littl
told you about the mother diagnosed with the flesh eating bacteria days after giving birth to twins. she's undergone 20 surgical procedures. this morning she'll open up about her recovery for the first time in an exclusive live interview. >>> the blame game in london. who pulled the plug on concert performance by music legend bruce springsteen and paul mccartney. you just don't do that. the story in a minute. >>> we begin with the return of the brutal heat. the weather channel's stephanie abrams in for al this morning. >> good morning. we'll talk more about the heat in just a minute. but first i want to take you into houston and talk more about the lightning strike that killed two during a soccer game and injured another. they were taking shelter under a tree, the absolute worst spot you can be because lightning will go to the highest point. one man died at the scene, a second taken to the hospital, a third treated for burns. >>> the temperatures, the plains, midwest all the way to the northeast, we will see the 90s. we will see the triple digit readings yet again, all thanks to a b
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, plains, and southeast. 80s from the twin cities to new york. and 78 in seattle. >>> and coming up next after the break, the snack food competition that could have you eating caviar. how to win a million bucks. >>> and the post office delivering a new batch of bad news. on the brink of a huge default. >>> and later this morning, on "the pulse." hands off the hoff. the thieves who can't get enough of, believe it or not, david hasselhoff. he's going like hotcakes. \s >>> welcome back, everyone. wall street will try to build on its two-day rally. overseas markets are higher following the u.s. lead. investors are encouraged by solid earnings at key companies, including intel and honeywell. as well as strong housing starts. the s&p 500 is up. at its highest level since early may. weekly jobless claims will be out before the opening bell. >>> and the postal service is drowning in red ink could see the first default in its history in a little over a week. they owe $5.5 billion in a retirees health plan. if congress doesn't take action, it will miss the payment. >>> a major fast food chain is r
in less time. i love that book! can you believe the twin did it? ♪ [ female announcer ] swiffer. great clean in less time. or your money back. ♪ [ female announcer ] weak, damaged hair needs new aveeno nourish+ strengthen. active naturals wheat formulas restore strength for up to 90% less breakage in three washes. for strong, healthy hair with life, new aveeno nourish+ strengthen. [ music plays ] >>> here's a look at the forecast in some cities around the country. thunderstorms this new york, 90 degrees. mostly sunny skies, 91 in miami. thunderstorms in chicago, 86. partly sunny skies in dallas, 100 degrees. partly cloudy skies in los angeles, 76. >>> let's check your national forecast. a large storm system across the great lakes and new york. damaging wind and hail. a cold front moving south from new england will add to the severe storm threat. another cold front, some severe from the upper ohio and mid mississippi valleys into the southern plains. the south will remain hot and humid. the west will stay mostly dry and hot. >>> in sports this morning, it's good -- popular in philadel
diagnosis brought long-lost sisters back together. >> reporter: they say twins have a special bond. >> i move here, she moves here. it just -- it's weird. >> reporter: washington state sisters stephanie and kim shared everything, including cancer. >> everything steph gets i get. >> reporter: stephanie was first diagnosed with breast cancer in 2005. kim a year later. both got double mastectomies, preventive hysterectomies and similar tattoos to cover their scars. but it turned out they also shared something else, the breast cancer gene mutation brca1. >> that explains why i got family. >> reporter: the twins wanted to warn other family members to get tested. but there was a catch. >> we were adopted in ft. lauderdale, florida. >> reporter: they had no idea who their biological mother was and the record across the country in florida were sealed until a genetic counselor from seattle swedish medical center stepped in. >> i said to the judge that this information is critical for the medical care of her biological family. >> reporter: the records were unsealed. while the twins learned their m
scored. the minnesota twins have the fewest wins in the national league. watch ben revere getting down and dirty from the twins. robbing extra base there is. second inning, twins already up 7-1. joe mauer, a solo home run over the right field wall. twins win the final of 19-7. the orioles the second place team in the a.l. east. game tied in the bottom of the eighth, 2-2. bases loaded for raul ibanez. yankees win 6-3. they now have a nine-game lead on the orioles in the a.l. east. up next, it's what we've been waiting for, steve ratner with the charts. and g.q.'s look behind the most invasive process in politics, vetting the v.p. candidates. keep it on "morning joe." we'll be right back. ♪ t dog. every bite goes above and beyond the call of deliciousness. that's a big 10-4 kosher. with no fillers, by-products, artificial flavors or colors. hebrew national. the better-than-a-hot dog- hot dog. here at the hutchison household. but one dark stormy evening... there were two things i could tell: she needed a good meal and a good family. so we gave her what our other cats love, purina cat ch
his mom and his wife had his twins there. they are now just shy of 3 years old. they were waving away at him. he said he couldn't look up because he would burst into tears as well. i asked him whether the dpirls were playing tennis. he said they just chucked it away. they have other things to do at this point. but he's such a nice guy. really even as a britt, we were all behind murray yesterday. even as a britt you can't fail to like roger federer. >> i know. that was a lovely thing to say, although i couldn't help but feel that inside he was not saying -- but it was a lovely hinge to say. becky anderson, thank you so much. >>> turns out the u.s. government was way too generous with those unemployment checks last year. yes, uncle sam wants your money back, unemployed americans. we'll tell you how much. every communications provider is different but centurylink is committed to being a different kind of communications company. ♪ we link people and fortune 500 companies nationwide and around the world. and we will continue to free you to do more and focus on what matters. in every way,
. this enormous thunder clap -- [ thunder ] -- at last night's twins-rangers game sent the players and umpires rushing for cover. today's forecast calls for hail and gusty winds in parts of the country. and popup showers or thunderstorms in other parts. despite the storms, millions of americans are glad the miserable heat is over, at least for now. >> i have been sweating missiles, not bullets, okay? it's been -- it's just been -- this heat has been unbearable. really. >> when you're sweating to death, sometimes you do get a little angry. >> yes. >> reporter: across the country, 2,000 record highs have been set since july 1st. at least 46 people have died nationwide because of the heat. it was so hot yesterday in washington, d.c., the tires of a u.s. airways jet sunk into the melting tarmac at reagan national airport. the heat is blamed for this manhole explosion in new york. the relief in temperature is little consolation for those still without power. >> we're so angry about is we can see people around and about us in this community, and they have their power. >> reporter: or for those in vi
in u.s. history. the newest arrivals, tag's twin boys conceived through surrogacy. >> you and your wife have six kid. the twins were born recently. >> yeah, they're six weeks old. >> reporter: they were born by surrogate. that's a very personal decision. walk us through that choice. >> we tried for a long time to have another child and weren't able to do it. we found someone who was willing to do it for us. she became close to the family and offered to do it and we took her up on it. >> reporter: did you consult your parents? >> not really. it was a personal choice between my wife and me and certainly we felt good but. we wanted to add to the family so we decided to do it. >> it turns out four of the final romney sons initially didn't want their father to run for president again this year. this time around they are now all on board. >> peter, thank you very much. you can see more of peter's interview on "rock center" with brian williams. >> it's now 20 minutes after the hour. here's savannah. >> it was a case of double duty for a utah state trooper recallier this week when he was called
in duffel bags. after 9/11, spider-man pulled a trailer with a helicopter with a web between the twin towers. christian bale released a statement, words can't express the horror that i feel. my heart goes out to them. i can't begin the pain and the grief of the victims and their loved ones. something interesting, warner brothers has decided to cancel the big premieres with the stars of the movies, they'll go ahead for special screenings for their promotional winners. and invited guests. >>> now, for a check of the other stories making headlines this morning, let's head over to ron claiborne. ron, good morning. >>> good morning, everyone. we begin with syria and the growing civil war in that country. syrian rebels have launched an assault on aleppo the country's largest city. this comes after a week of intense fighting of the capital damascus that put the government on the defensive. antigovernment forces have taken control of four border crossings with iraq and turkey. >>> the air force instructor convicted of rape has been sentenced to 20 years in prison. he'll be dishonorably discharged. a
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's determined to get home to tear care of her little twins. her remarkable recovery ahead this hour. >>> we start with the olympics and security concerns. hundreds of athletes starting to arrive in london today for the games less than two weeks to go. and now we're hearing that a security firm cast with making sure that the athletes and thousands of spectators are safe has fallen short. dan joins me from london. appreciate it. so dan, this comes down -- >> absolutely, yeah, this is fast turning into -- sorry, go ahead. >> this comes down to a private contractor. they were tasked with providing security for the games, so what's the concern now? where did they fall short? >> well, they basically haven't been able to guarantee the number of guards that they were contracted to provide at various different olympic sites. we're going to turn up on time. we haven't quite drilled down to the bottom of exactly why that is but we're told it's something to do with scheduling problems with software problems, basically that they can't insure that the people they trained will turn up at the right place o
harry reid even said burn them. >>> a new mother of twins who was infected with flesh-eating bacteria, she could be leaving the hospital as early as today. can you believe it? l lana has been diagnosed for two months now. she has made a great recovery. lana talked to cnn about the ups and the downs. >> sometimes i cry over, you know, the fact that i'm sick. sometimes i cry over missing the babies. sometimes i've cried over knowing that life will never be, like, i guess, i had always thought it would be. but it will still be a good life. >> that's a great attitude. the new mom has had more than 20 surgical procedures, including skin graphs and reconstruction. here's the good news. no amputations. >> as a mother of twins, she's in for some great days ahead of her. >> that's right, you have twins. >> good luck. >>> a banged up yacht is back home in connecticut this morning after its crew was saved by a cruise ship in a daring rescue that was posted on youtube. the norwegian cruise ship that made the rescue veerd off course on its way back from bermuda after getting a distress call from t
to talk about iraq for obvious reasons but such it's the mirror twin in many ways. one of the big lessons i take away from iraq, one you have one of these days, tribes with flags, they all root for the same soccer team but that's about it, held together by an iron fist, minority regime, sunni minority regime in iraq, there's two ways to make a stable transition. one is you -- if you have a midwife and the other is if you have a mandela. you have a local leader to pull ought these forces together or you have an external power in the case of iraq the united states of america, that basically holds the country together while it goes through this transition. syria we have neither a mandell or a midwife. at least right now. it's hard to see how this ends in a stable way. >> david ignatius, t"new york times" shows the militants that were killed. what's the significance of yesterday's attack? >> right in the heart of damascus, in a neighborhood that tom and i know, where these leaders were meeting, to plot the next stage to try to destroy this opposition movement, a bomb was placed, devastating f
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guys, eveven athletes. fourth inning of rangers/twins game when thunder clouds sent players scurrying for dugout. >>> heck of a catch by a 10-year-old was caught on tape. hunter stevens reeled in a bull shark off the coast of galveston, texas, over the weekend with a little help from his dad. he got it on shore. after posing for a few pictures, the family decided to release the shark back to the water. >>> close call for a tight rope walker in china. the acrobat was walking backwards on a line that reached a height of 667 feet at its highest point. his eyes covered. he slips and falls. fortunately, he was near the end of the walk so he didn't fall all that way. he said he was feeling faint and slipped because of the wind. i think walking that high would make me feel fantd, too. >>> nothing says i love you like the annual wife carrying world championships in finland. throw the ladies over your shoulders, guy. go through the obstacle course. about three football fields long. fourth year in a row, the winner was from finland. that wraps up this hour . >> reverse tandem move with the wife
down in mexico city. >> you guys are twins. look at that double screen. you guys are twins right there. potter and barnacle. >> mark has a shirt and tie on. he's legitimate. >> much younger brother, mark potter there. >> thanks very much. although he referenced one of the huge stories of our times that goes uncovered largely in the united states of america. 55,000 casualties in that drug war. just incredible. mark, again, thanks very much. a sign of the times. how local governments are trying to make end meet with the help of corporate sponsors. keep it right here on "morning joe." down here, folks measure commitment by what's getting done. the twenty billion dollars bp committed has helped fund economic and environmental recovery. long-term, bp's made a five hundred million dollar commitment to support scientists studying the environment. and the gulf is open for business - the beaches are beautiful, the seafood is delicious. last year, many areas even reported record tourism seasons. the progress continues... but that doesn't mean our job is done. we're still committed to seeing this
, a new mom with twins was in cretical condition with a flesh eating bacteria, but lawna kirkendoll has made incredible progress. she spoke to elizabeth cohen who joins us live. elizabeth, obviously, a happy day for this mother and her whole family. what did she tell you? >> she told us, poppy, that she is feeling great. she is so excited to go home. i got to interview her and i asked her, what was your lowest moments? she said there weren't many low moments although there were sometimes a few. >> sometimes i cried over, you know, the fact that i'm sick, sometimes i cry over missing the babies. sometimes i have cried over knowing that life will never be like, i guess, i had always thought it would be. but it will still be a good life. >> now, her doctors told us that her recovery, her full recovery won't be quick. it will be a matter of at least many months. poppy. >> do we have any sense of when she's going to g to go home? >> you know, they said soon. one of the doctors actually said tomorrow. so some time this week is probably the best estimation. >> you know, i had heard that it was
willingham, the runner at first dropped to his knees, twins center fielder said that's the loudest noise i've ever heard. i thought jesus was coming. >>> during the 46 minute delay that followed, everybody is okay. >> baseball is a religious experience so -- >> it was one last night. >> especially in texas. back it our top story, president obama changing the subject of the campaign this morning to taxes. in just a few hours, he'll hold an event to announce to extend the bush era tax cuts for one year for people earning less than $250,000 a year. robert gibbs says this is a priority for the president. >> so the president is totally committed to getting rid of the tax cut for those making $250,000 or above? >> let's make progress on our spending by doing away with tax cuts for people that quite frankly don't need them. tax cuts that haven't worked and have them pay their fair share. >> that a yes or no? the president is completely committed to this, won't allow it to happen. >> 100% committed to it. >> the president's move will set up a new fight with republicans. they have a vote planned to
a great business. the restaurant has been under fire. >>> a pregnant mom gave birth to twins on two different highways. they pulled over on long island's southern state parkway to wait for a ambulance. gavin was born on a stretcher near their car. >> they were wheeling me into the ambulance and i'm holding gavin and not covered up at all. there's a car driving towards us and i'm like oh, my god. >> can you imagine that? >> a few minutes later while the ambulance was on the state parkway deck lynn arrived by the time they got to the e.r. there wasn't much the hospital needed to do. the andersons have three healthy boys under the age of 2. >> that birth was the easy part. now they have twins and now it gets really complicated. >> look at them. >> they'll help you turn that big idea into the next big thing, the man behind a website that knows the best innovations happen outside the board room. in a sneak peek of "the next list." >> it's human nature to invent. it's human nature to try to make your life better and human nature to try to make the world around you a better place. a it's r
the rangers and twins off the field and into the dugout mid-game. the death toll has now topped 45. zpmgt and day on the lake beating that heat turned to tragedy for the acceptson of pop st star usher. 11-year-old kyle gibson is reportedly brain dead. a jet ski ran into the inner tube that he was riding in. it appears that alcohol was not a factor in the crash. zplncht check out a runaway tractor trailer. barreling right through the pumps. eyewitnesses racing to the rescue, despite fears that everything might blow. the driver says his brakes just went out. everybody here, by the way, was okay. >>> and if your kids are hounding you for a pet, there's a new reason to say yes. children who grow up around dogs and cats are healthier. a study out this morning finds that babies exposed to animals have fewer colds and ear infections. scientists think the pets help strengthen the youngsters' immune systems. >>> and finally, a change at the top for power house abc station in chicago. the old antenna gnat beamed wls to millions was removed by a gutsy, gutsy budge of guys. sam -- >> no. >> one place
running at the twins/rangers game in arlington, texas, yesterday. the boom was so loud, it actually shook the television cameras. the game was held up by rain for 46 minutes. welcome back to "cbs this morning." you feel that one in your bones. >> like incoming fire, didn't it? >>> there's a surprising development this morning in the case of natalie wood. the investigation was reopened eight months ago, 30 years after she died off the coast of los angeles. as bill whitaker reports, the l.a. coroner's office changed the cause of death from accident to undetermined. >> it's one of hollywood's most enduring mysteries, what really happened the night actress natalie wood drowned while boating off catalina island. >> if you don't like this has been changed to undetermined or unresolved, that means it's not over. >> it was thanksgiving weekend 1981. wood and her husband, actor robert wagner, were enjoying the holiday on board the "splendour" with friend and fellow actor, christopher walken. at daylight, wood's body was found floating in the water. investigators called it an accident. speculating
at saturday's indian's twins game. he got a souvenir ball. he wanted to throw it back. his dad stopped him. he picked it up and threw it & anyway. he hit a woman on the head but we're glad to say everybody's okay. dad's going, son, no. no, no. >> they apologized to that woman. >> yes. everything's all right. >>> it is no secret that president obama comes from a diverse background. this morning we have new information about his ancestors that you have not heard anywhere else. >> this surprising connection goes all the way back to the earliest days of colonial america. bill plant is at the white house with that story. bill, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, gayle. we' already learned that barack obama is related however distantly to people as diverse as warren buffet, sarah palin, rush limbaugh and george w. bush, but now the researchers at ancestry.com have discovered startling new evidence, a connection in his mother's family tree. president obama's diverse roots from kenya to kansas are widely known, but now researchers have found a new link. >> president obama is the 11th great
mayor, rupert murdoch, ronnie wood, murray's girlfriend, federer's twin, pippa and kate, who has been following and feeling every tense moment of the action. >> i do not like -- it's the most amazing thing. >> reporter: in the end, a british victory was not to be. the emotion for virtually everyone cheering him on. >> the support has been incredible. thank you. >> reporter: and for the women, it was serena williams beating back injuries and her polish opponent to claim her fifth victory matching sister venus's wimbledon record and becoming the first woman in her 30s to win since martina navratilova in 19 90. williams sisters grabbed the doubles victory. next, olympics right here at wimbledon, now just days away. it's interesting for both men's and women's you had a 30-year-old player beating one in their 20s. speaking of 30 years old if you wonder why prince william was not present at this moment, he chose a different sport. he went surfing with his brother in the freezing cold waters off the southwest coast. savannah. >> he missed a good match. thank you so much. >> did you watch? it
quick are you going to do a new "twins" cap triplets" with arnold schwarzenegger? >> yes. >> when? tell about it. >> you got two guy, arnold and i. we have the desire to do it. when what we need is the screen play. we want to do something really good. so we're going to find a gre great -- >> it can't be all bare feet. >> no, no. >> bare feet and sunglasses. >> if you missed it, you missed it, maybe we'll see you in new york. >> more to >>> back now in our "olympic kitchen." in a moment we'll do some cooking with jamie oliver. first a story about how he's doing more than just serving food in his great london restaurant. take a look. 40 years ago kevin was playing with fire. >> i was involved with gangs, fights. >> his life was heading from bad to worse. >> at the age of 18, i went into prison four times. i was just heading down the wrong path completely. >> but he was handed a life line and cooking has changed his life. for ten years, jamie oliver has offered second chances to undervalued youth. because of its success, there are now locations in cornwall, england and amsterdam. >> it's t
session allowing table games and a casino in national harbour. >>> orioles lost to the twins, their road trip continues in cleveland. see the game live at 7:00
at this guy. >> dad doesn't want limb to throw the ball. >> here's a young fan at saturday's indians/twins game. a souvenir ball. tried to throw it back. dad stopped him. then he picked it up and threw it anyway. hate woman on the head. but we're glad to say everybody's okay. dad going, son, no, no. >> apologize to that woman. >> everything's all right. >>> no secret president obama comes from a diverse background. news from his ancestors you haven't heard anywhere else. >> goes back to the earliest days of colonial america. bill plante is live at the white house with that story. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, gayle. you know, we've already learned barack obama is related however distantly to people as diverse as warren buffett, sarah palin, rush limbaugh and george w. bush. now, discovering startling new evidence, a connection in his mother's family tree. president obama diverse roots from kenya to kansas are widely known. now researchers found a new link. >> president obama is the 11th great-grandson of john punch, the first documented african to it be enslaved for life in the
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